Kay Miller takes a look at the newest batch of episodes from Netflix’s revival of Lucifer.
Ross Holmes discuss why Automata’s opening sequence is so effective for the game.
Georgie Holmes looks at how Netflix damaged the reputation and storyline of young-adult novel, Thirteen Reasons Why.
With the game soon being re-released, Callum Nelmes revises Rockstar’s most successful title.
Elizabeth Sorrell adds to the series of Literature Vs. Adaptation with The Hobbit.
The Disney era of Star Wars is divided between films that are bad and Rogue…
Jack Nicholas Brandon picks apart the 2018 adaptation of the ‘Patrick Melrose Novels’.
Lucy Maggs tells us why we need to be listening to this podcast from James Acaster and Ed Gamble.
Georgie Holmes shares her thoughts on Matt Haig’s most recent fictional novel ‘The Midnight Library.’
Callum Holgate tells us how Horizon handles in its recent PC port.
As The Hysteria Collective approaches it’s first birthday, Elizabeth Sorrell chats with it’s founder and alumni of Southampton University, Imy Brighty-Potts.
The Art Gallery is home to incredibly well-known artists such as Monet and Renoir, Becky Davies and Kay Miller verdict it as the true hidden gem of Southampton.
Sam Pegg takes a deep dive into the competition between the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Kay Miller looks at British-Kenyan artist Michael Armitage’s latest exhibition.